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[Letter, 1996 Jul. 17 : to Fred Rogers].

Author: Bill Clinton
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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This letter invites Fred Rogers to the White House on July 29, 1996 to discuss children's television. They will discuss three topics: "First, the importance of television as a source of values and role models for children. Second, the key components of the best and most appealing educational children's television shows. And third, the barriers to more and better programming for children and how we can overcome  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Messages
Named Person: Fred Rogers; Hillary Rodham Clinton; Tipper Gore; Hillary Rodham Clinton; Tipper Gore; Fred Rogers
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Bill Clinton
OCLC Number: 236164683
Notes: Series VI.: Later Years of the "Neighborhood" (1991-2000). Subseries A.: Correspondence.
In folder "Clinton, Bill-- President"
Description: 1 p.

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This letter invites Fred Rogers to the White House on July 29, 1996 to discuss children's television. They will discuss three topics: "First, the importance of television as a source of values and role models for children. Second, the key components of the best and most appealing educational children's television shows. And third, the barriers to more and better programming for children and how we can overcome them."

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